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Let's Meetup for the Magic of Empty Teachers!

Tuesday's July 8- August 19th 7:30-9:30pm w/ Sherri Kajiwara


The guru is empty.  A projection or mirror of your own good qualities.  In order to perfect oneself, one must first practice seeing perfection in another – in the first place in the guru, and eventually in every other being.


"I would like to speak about teachers. Sometimes you get a feeling like you would like to learn something new.  You might see an extraordinary person, maybe a musician who plays extraordinary music, and then your heart leaps inside and you say "I want to learn to do that. I want to learn to do it as well as they do." Then maybe you  try. You go and buy a flute from the store and, after you sit for a few hours,  it becomes clear that you cannot even make it peep. And then, especially if  you are very serious to become a master, you set out to find a true teacher.  Anyone who tries to learn something great realizes at some point they must  find a master teacher..." Geshe Michael Roach


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